Domitable

Dom´i`ta`ble


a.1.That can be tamed.
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How better to represent the world as domitable than to reduce each country to a helping of its national cuisine?
Because of marriage to the Rector, Carmen is constantly forced to negotiate two identities, the false identity of the Rector's domitable wife and the displaced, authentic reality of a free-spirited, uninhibited woman who is longing for freedom.